4 signs your baby may be ready for weaning
The weaning from breast milk or formula to solid food is a major step in the development of your baby. However, the information you find online or in books about weaning is often contradictory. We want to make this little adventure in your and your baby’s life as enjoyable and healthy as possible. Our in-house Paediatrician Sophie wants to bring some light into the jungle by sharing her insights from her practice. Let’s hear what she tells parents when they come to see her about weaning.
20 weeks: It is half-time already!
Wonderful tummy news in the Little Tummy headquarters: Our founder Sophie and her husband Theo are expecting a baby this summer! Even though Sophie has worked with a lot of newborn babies, the world of becoming a mum is new to her. The best thing about it: She is taking you with her on her journey.
How to raise a healthy eater?
This is a question which many parents ask and there is no general answers - but there are a few ways how you can help your children to set up healthy habits.
Sophie's Pregnancy Diary: The First Trimester
Wonderful tummy news in the Little Tummy headquarters: Our founder Sophie and her husband Theo are expecting a baby this summer!
Kale (Yeah!) Muffins
At Little Tummy, we love veggies! These kale and cheese muffins are a great finger food for experienced babies from around 7-8 months, who have already introduced the allergens egg and dairy.
'Melt in the mouth’ kale crisps for babies
Kale crips are a great way to introduce your baby to more savoury flavours. There are very easy to prepare and can be a great sneak on the go – not only for your baby but also for YOU!
Vitamin D for babies and breastfeeding mothers
The days are still quite short and dark which limits all the nice time we spend outside, taking a stroll in the park, going to the seaside or just being lazy on the balcony. With the decreased amount of sunlight exposure our body produces less Vitamin D, also known as the ‘sunshine’ vitamin, as the active vitamin is produced in our skin after exposure to sun light.